Chile & Argentina Discovery Itinerary

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      USD $1,280
      CAD $1,300
      AUD $1,350
      EUR €940
      GBP £810
      NZD $1,595
      ZAR R12,240
      CHF FR1,155
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There is a later version of this trip also available for travel from Jan 1, 2015 to Dec 31, 2015. View later Chile & Argentina Discovery.
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Days 1-2 Santiago

Take a stroll through the pleasant Plaza de Armas to get a feel for local life in the Chilean capital. Browse the colourful Central Market for handicrafts, visit the Palacio de la Moneda or head out on an optional vineyard tour before boarding the overnight bus journey to Pucon.
ACCOM: Hostel - 1, Overnight bus - 1

Days 3-5 Pucon

Adrenaline junkies and thrillseekers will delight in the bundle of activities on offer in Pucon, Chile's adventure capital. Set out on a hike up the smouldering Volcán Villarrica, or get to mountain biking, whitewater rafting, hiking, climbing, horse riding - whatever gets your blood pumping!
ACCOM: Hostel - 3

Days 6-7 San Martin de los Andes

Journey over the Andes and into Argentina. Drop by the country's picturesque Lake District for excellent skiing or trekking possibilities, weather permitting.
ACCOM: Hotel - 2

Days 8-10 Bariloche

Savour the fine dining opportunities, artisan chocolate shops and quaint, chalet-style wooden architecture of Bariloche. With plenty of ski runs open during winter and stunning lakes sure to entice swimmers over summer, you could well be forgiven for thinking you were in Northern Italy.
ACCOM: Hotel - 2, Overnight bus - 1

Days 11-13 Buenos Aires

Fiery Latin passion, European elegance and superb cuisine combine to make Buenos Aires one of the world's most enthralling cities. Nibble on alfajores, wander San Telmo's cobblestone streets, talk football with Portenos in a cafe or get a history lesson at the quirky Museo Evita. The hippest spot in town is Palermo's Plaza Serrano, so why not head out in the evening for a tango with the locals. There are so many things to see and do in Buenos Aires, it's simply a matter of trying to fit them all in.
ACCOM: Hotel - 2